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Friday Harbor, Washington Whale Watching - BIODIESEL Powered! Intimate sized tours (limited to 30 guests). 46 foot custom tour boat. Large enough for safety and comfort yet small enough for a more interactive experience. Local naturalists aboard every trip. Providing quality tours since 1986.
Seattle, Washington Bed & Breakfasts - Elegant urban inn on treelined street in historic neighborhood. Near Pike Place Market, lakes, & University of Washington. Four spotless rooms and 1 luxury suite. Reasonable rates, recommended! Mobil Guide-3 stars
Anacortes, Washington Kayaking & Canoeing - Taking a sea kayaking tour of the San Juan Islands with Anacortes Kayak Tours enables visitors to experience the quiet side of the San Juans. Avoid the notorious hassles associated with the San Juan Islands Ferry and paddle directly from Anacortes!
Sequim, Washington Bed & Breakfasts - Best Places to Kiss 2009 gave us their highest 4-kisses rating, the only Olympic Peninsula B&B to earn that distinction. Amazing mountain views, idyllic ponds, romantic fireplace suites, king beds, superb amenities. Gourmet breakfast, lattes, spa.
Grand Mound, Washington Hotels & Resorts - The Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound is located at the intersection of I-5 and US-12 on Old Highway 99 between Seattle and Portland.
Blaine, Washington Hotels & Resorts - Less than a two-hour drive from Seattle, less than an hour drive to Vancouver or Mt. Baker, Birch Bay has proximity to major destinations plus plenty of
Quinault, Washington Hotels & Resorts - Lake Quinault Lodge sits on Quinault Lake, a mile from the worlds largest Sitka Spruce, and 150 miles from Seattle/Tacoma International Airport.
Forks, Washington Hotels & Resorts - Thank you for visiting the Dew Drop Inn, located in Forks, Washington. Newly opened in August of 1996, our rooms are clean and inviting with modern decor.
Ocean Shores, Washington Hotels & Resorts - Shilo Inn Ocean Shores, located in Grays Harbor County, is approximately 25 miles from Aberdeen. Dog friendly
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Welcome to Washington State, a nature lover’s paradise. Featuring over 100 state parks, the “Evergreen State” is a favorite vacation destination in the Pacific Northwest. Outdoor enthusiasts can expect to find a wide range of activities available during their Washington vacation, from skiing along the Cascade Mountain Range to fishing in Alder Lake. Make sure you plan to visit Seattle, a biker friendly city! In Seattle you can rent a bike and tour the city, or explore one of the many biking trails in the State Parks. A few of the more popular parks in the state include Olympic State Park, Mount Rainier National Park, and the North Cascades National Park, fit for hiking and camping. Finally, be sure to check out the Washington Park Arboretum that offers over 230 acres of beautiful gardens and a wide variety of vegetation.
There are also several major events that take place in Washington State throughout the year. One popular event is the annual Hoop Fest, the largest three on three basketball tournament in the world. Another event worth checking out it is the Meeker Day Festival, which features over 200 vendors ranging from wine tasting events to antique car showings.
Washington State has a lot to offer visitors, plan your vacation with RealAdventures and find out why it is known as the “Evergreen State.”